General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2015

1. February 20th marks the statehood day of which two North East states of India?

2. Which among the following country in South Asia has highest GDP per capita (current prices)?

3. The Pichhwai paintings which portray Lord Krishna, famous in which state?

4. Which port has received Golden Peacock award for environment management?

5. Who among the following have won the Canada Open Women double?

6. Which country topped the 2015 Global Prosperity Index?

7. Which of the following countries has won the 2014-15 Men's Hockey World League?

8. Who of the following would be honoured with 2015 Person of the Year award by London-based Asian Lite newspaper?

9. Which space body has won the 2015 space pioneer award for science and engineering?

10. Who was awarded the outstanding Olympic performance award by the Association of National Olympic Committees?

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7. Geography of India -Test-04
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13. History of India - Test - 05
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